10 HI

 

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10 HI  
by HA Johnson
from American Aircraft Modeller
December 1970 
71in span
Tags: IC F/F
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 12/01/2017
Outerzone planID: oz8337 | Filesize: 543KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: theshadow

   

About this Plan

10 HI - Flying wing model. For Cox Tee Dee .049 power.

Quote: - "Fabulous flying wing thing is sport free flight with interesting history - author flew Northrop's real twin engined flying wing."

Hi Mary/Steve - Here is H.A. Johnson's 10 Hi from American Aircraft Modeller magazine issue 12-70.

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Attached are a couple of photos of a 10 HI I built about 10 years ago [more pics 003-006]. I converted it to 3 channels with a throttle sleeve Cox TD .049 by Milton Dickey. All up weight is 14 ozs. A very gentle flyer. Thanks, from Little Rock, Arkansas.
SteveStaples - 22/01/2017
I just read the article that accompanies this plan, and enjoyed the designer's account of how this model got its name (it helps if you know that 'Ten High' is a brand of American whiskey): "The remaining week was spent in frantic panic completing the model for a trim flight. During that week, my wife, who delivered my favorite spirits and water to the shop, remarked, 'You ought to call that thing 10 High.' 'Why?' I asked. 'Because you've consumed so much of it trying to build that wing', she retorted. An abbreviated version, which came out 10 HI, was adopted from her suggestion."
Mary - 22/01/2017
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